WBS Welcomes Assistant Professor of OT: Dr. David Schreiner

WBS is excited to announce that Dr. David Schreiner is transitioning from adjunct professor to Assistant Professor of Old Testament.

Dr. David Schreiner obtained his bachelor’s from Indiana Wesleyan University and his Master’s and Ph.D. from Asbury Theological Seminary. He has published on a variety of subjects, including biblical archaeology, the history of biblical interpretation, and the exegesis of a number of Old Testament passages. He has also contributed to a variety of lay publications, including Bible Study Magazine. In addition, he is an active reviewer for a number of scholastic journals, is active in the Society of Biblical Literature and the Institute for Biblical Research, and is the co-chair of the Old Testament Study Group for the Society of Biblical Literature’s Southeast Region. His current research interests include 1 and 2 Kings and the synthesis between archaeological research and biblical studies.

David and his wife, Ginny, have two daughters, Maddie (6) and Bailey (3). They currently live outside of Lexington, Kentucky. His hobbies include camping and being active. A son of a United Methodist minister, Dr. Schreiner is a member of the Free Methodist Church of America.

Visit Dr. Schreiner’s blog.

Rediscover Dr. Schreiner’s series Pondering the Spade on the WBS News and Media page.

Read Dr. Schreiner’s post Beyond Indiana Jones.

Related Posts

Recent Articles

Human Sexuality Conference
January 30, 2023By
WBS Announces New Professor of New Testament
December 19, 2022By
Open Letter on Disaffiliation from the UMC
November 15, 2022By
WBS Reduces Tuition for Students
June 9, 2022By

MDiv programs

The MDiv degree can be taken in one of four programs:

Ministry (78 hours)

Chaplaincy (78 hours)

Ministry with a Biblical languages emphasis (86 hours)

Teaching (87 hours)

Honors Research (87 hours)